O tej ofercie
This studio apartment is a licensed BnB, located in the historic neighborhood of Algiers Point, a neighborhood of New Orleans. It area was home to many originators of New Orleans jazz and is proud to have the oldest continuous operating ferry in the US.
Algiers Point, voted the best neighborhood in New Orleans, boasts several bars and eateries. A brief ferry ride finds guests in the historic French Quarter, ready to shop, eat, or enjoy music.
La Maison de la Musique, a NOLA licensed BnB.
Historic 1867 double-shotgun house is a brief ferry ride to the French Quarter, cafes, Mardi Gras and music venues. Your Suite, comes complete with a kitchen, and is decorated with antiques, chandeliers, original and local artwork, and has ceiling fans and separate thermostat for your personal comfort. The suite has separate living and bedroom areas, private bath, Internet access, fully stocked kitchen, cable TV, and your own lighted and secure entrance.
The bedroom has a queen-sized bed appointed with crisp, luxurious percale sheets. Each guest has both a soft and firm pillow to choose from, or use both.
The living area has a kitchen and includes a medium-sized refrigerator to hold your leftovers for late-night snacking, coffee maker, 2-burner stove, full sized sink, and a large microwave/convection oven. A flat screen TV for watching the news or your favorite movies can be viewed from the sofa, which can be converted to a single bed if needed. Coffee and tea are supplied.
A full sized table completes the living area, and can be used for enjoying a bottle of wine, or to prepare for your upcoming business meeting. Free Internet access is included.
Indulge in a hot soak in the antique claw-foot tub, or close the curtains for a leisurely shower. Plush Egyptian cotton towels for your comfort and his/hers bathrobes for lounging about are included with the room fee.
The space can be rented long or short term. An iron and ironing board is available to look your best or just in case. Washer/dryer available upon request. There are a few (5-6) steps to access the space, but once inside there are none.
Guests have a private entrance to their suite and can come and go any time of the day or night. The entryway is lighted for safety and the premises has a security camera system in place. Complete access to the main house and back gardens is only a request away!
Kontakt z gośćmi
We enjoy meeting new friends and talking. We would like very much to share a glass of wine, a meal, discuss New Orleans' many attractions, and do whatever we can to make our guests' visit a good one. However, we realize that most of our guests are here to tour and enjoy all New Orleans has to offer and, therefore, respect and understand that time to socialize is not always an option.
Algiers Point is the second oldest neighborhood, founded one year after the French Quarter. Its a walk back in time with the houses preserved to look like they did 150 years ago. This close knit community of residents feel like islanders, enjoying hanging out together away from the hustle and bustle of the Central Business District and French Quarter. The area is historically significant, primarily due to its involvement in slave trading and railroading. A walk on the levee provides one of the best views of the French Quarter river front, including St. Louis Cathedral. It is primarily a residential area, but there are several eateries and bars. The Dry Dock Cafe is a true NOLA hangout where you can grab lunch or dinner. Tout de Suite Cafe serves a delicious breakfast or lunch. The Old Point Bar and The Crown and Anchor English Pub are continuously voted as two of New Orleans' best neighborhood bars. Meet the neighbors and share a brew! During the summer don’t miss Wednesdays On The Point, a free concert series at the Algiers Ferry Landing.
The ferry, a 10-minute walk from our location, is available to take guests to the French Quarter. Driving and parking in the French Quarter is extremely difficult and, in some areas, prohibited. A city bus runs to the central business district CBD and French Quarter. Bicycling is a good way to get around. The levee has a very long bike path for a great work out, and the Ferry can accommodate cyclists. Scooter / Mopeds are allowed on the ferry.
Inne ważne rzeczy
Once here, use of a car becomes optional. The Ferry to the French Quarter costs 2$ per person each way ($1 for seniors). Taxi service to/from the French Quarter is usually less than $25 plus tip. Ask about early or late check-in; we will do our best to accommodate.
City of New Orleans permit/account #(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Check-In: 4-9PM; Check-out: 11AM
Early check-in / late check-out will be accommodated whenever possible; simply inquire!
Guest making reservation must be at least 18 years of age.
No one allowed on premises except registered guests without prior approval from host.
As we reside under the same roof, please be respectful of noise levels.
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We like music and food, so we love New Orleans. Micky teaches piano and voice and is currently studying the harp. She does most of the preparation for guests, and is the one to contact to discuss special requests, if needed. Eddie loves to cook and is an avid sailor. Louie is our Cavalier King Charles spaniel, loves everybody, and will never tire of your attention!